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This quantity is a testomony to the ongoing value of sulfur chemistry, and the super growth that has been made in recent times.

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Activation of Glycosyl Sulfoxides Advances in Sulfur Chemistry Volume 2, pages 37-56. Copyright © 2000 by JAI Press Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. ISBN: 0-7623-0618-1 37 38 38 39 39 41 42 43 44 45 46 50 51 51 38 K. P. RAVINDRANATHAN KARTHA et al. B. Synthesis of Thioglycosides and Glycosyl Iodides XI. Future Prospects Acknowledgments References 53 54 54 55 I. GLYCOBIOLOGY AND THE CHALLENGE FOR SYNTHETIC CHEMISTRY It is becoming increasingly clear that carbohydrates are not simply the biological energy stores they were once thought to be.

R. toluene A Scheme 30. 4 ^i Synthesis and Chemistry of Thioacylsilanes 21 Table 6. Synthesis of Z-a-Silyl Enethlols 4 4 R' Si a b c d e f CH3CH2 (CH3)2CH (CH3)2CH Ph CI(CH2)2 CI(CH2)3 CI(CH2)5 Br(CH2)4 Br(CH2)5 Br(CH2)5 Br(CH2)9 Br(CH2)n H02C(CH2)2 H02C(CH2)3 H02C(CH2)4 H02C(CH2)6 SiMe2Ph SiMe2Ph SiMe3 SiMe3 SiMe2Ph SiMe2Ph SiMe3 SiMe2Ph SiMe2Ph SiMe3 SiMe2Ph SiMe2Ph SiMe2Ph SiMe2Ph SiMe2Ph SiMe2Ph g h i J k 1 m n 0 P Yield (%) Ref. "*^'^ The first selective synthesis of aliphatic enethiols was performed by Metzner^^ by deprotonation of enethiolizable thioketones 42 with LDA and reaction of the enethiolates with trimethylsilylchloride.

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